I would prefer this to paying a fixed freak'n price for my sewage.
I tried conserving water until I got my second or third water bill and saw that all of my effort was saving me all of maybe $1.00 each month
Then I said to hell with it and started living comfortably
comfortably isn't the best word for that but I'm too tired / lazy to find a better one
I stopped going out of my way to conserve, take shorter showers, etc because it makes little difference. Still affects my power bill but not much incentive in the water department
Doesn't Ames already do this? I thought that we were charged sewage for every gallon of water we used.
This is why I flush only once a week, whether the toilet is full or not.
So, I guess the saying "if it's yellow, let it mellow. If it's brown, flush it down," really comes into effect here. :wink:
This story is a bunch of crap
I lived in Aus for a while once and Perth has massive water problems.
That's why I pinch loaves on the lawn.